Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner is embarking on a trippy night journey, and he's invited all of us to come along.

The early-morning booty call has never seemed so nightmarish as it does in the clip for the band's new single "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?", which sees a drunken Turner becoming so desperate for "relations" with a girl named Stephanie that he actually begins having hallucinations in a pool hall and later on the street - including several that involve Stephanie fornicating with pizza-shop employees and cab drivers. Time for therapy, maybe?

In any case, with lyrics like, "Now it's three in the morning/And I'm trying to change your mind/Left you multiple missed calls/And to my message you reply/Why'd you only call me when you're high?", the mid-tempo tune has gotten pretty much the video you'd expect, and you can check out the full on-the-nose clip above.

Arctic Monkeys' fifth studio album "AM" is slated for release on September 9. You can check out upcoming tour dates for the band below.

08-30 Zurich, Switzerland - Zurich Openair
09-01 Stradbally, Ireland - Electric Picnic Festival
09-07 Istanbul, Turkey - Rock n Coke Festival
09-09 London, England - iTunes Festival
09-15 Toronto, Ontario - Kool Haus
09-18 Philadelphia, PA - Mann Center for Performing Arts
09-21 Atlanta, GA - Music Midtown Festival
09-23 Chicago, IL - Riviera Theater
09-26 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
09-27 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
09-29 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
09-30 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
10-01 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
10-04 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Festival
10-05 Baton Rouge, LA - Varsity Theatre
10-07 Chattanooga, TN - Track 29
10-08 Nashville, TN - Marathon Music Works
10-09 Birmingham, AL - Iron City Birmingham
10-11 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Festival 
10-13 Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Capital Festival
10-22 Newcastle, England - Metro Radio Arena
10-23 Manchester, England - Arena
10-25 London, England - Earls Court
10-26 London, England - Earls Court
10-28 Liverpool, England - Echo Arena
10-29 Cardiff, Wales - Motorpoint Arena
10-31 Birmingham, England - LG Arena
11-01 Glasgow, Scotland - Hydro
11-02 Sheffield, England - Motorpoint Arena
11-04 Offenbach, Germany - Stadhalle
11-05 Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle
11-07 Paris, France - Zenith
11-09 Brussels, Belgium - The Forest National
11-11 Dusseldorf, Germany - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
11-12 Munich, Germany - Zenith
11-13 Milan, Italy - Mediolanum Forum
11-15 Madrid, Spain - Palacio de Deportes
11-16 Barcelona, Spain - Palau Olimpic